Who belongs to CBIA?
Our membership includes companies that employ one or two people all the way to those with many thousands of workers. Businesses from a broad spectrum of industries are represented, including manufacturing, insurance, financial services, biopharmaceutical, and technology research and development. Both Connecticut-based companies and the in-state operations of corporations headquartered out-of-state qualify for membership.
Why should I join CBIA?
If you do business in Connecticut, you should be a member of CBIA.
How do I join?
A CBIA membership application and information about CBIA Membership Dues are available at cbia.com. For additional information or questions, call Joe Dias, director of membership sales, at 860-244-1118, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Working for a Better Connecticut
The Connecticut Business & Industry Association (CBIA) is the largest, most representative business organization in the state. Our members include businesses of all sizes from nearly all industries in Connecticut. We are the leading voice at the State Capitol and before regulatory agencies for policies that promote economic growth, a fiscally responsible state government, and a dynamic business climate.
CBIA believes that a healthy economy depends on a strong business climate, on whether employers, employees, and their families feel confident that Connecticut is a place where they can succeed and grow. Only a healthy economy can provide the wealth of benefits that our families and communities need, from good jobs and wages to the opportunity for a better quality of life. And only a healthy economy can generate the tax revenue that enables state and local government to provide good schools for our children and critical social services for our neediest citizens.
CBIA offers its members the information and training they need to comply with myriad state and federal safety, labor, environmental, and other regulations. We also provide members with a wide range of products and services they need to stay competitive, including employee health and benefit plans, member discounts, and group purchasing programs.